We encourage you to pay your six- or twelve-month premium in full. You can save as much as 20% of the premium by paying off the policy. We strongly urge you to agree to automatic payments drawn from a credit or debit card or a checking account if you must make monthly payments. We will set that up at the time we start a new policy.
If your card has expired or is compromised, please make us the first one you call with your new card information as soon as possible. The insurance companies charge hefty fees for unsuccessful payments and reinstatements.
If you cannot agree to automatic withdrawals, you can opt to mail in your payment each month using the tear-off bill and envelope they send. The direct bill payment method has been around for a century or more but is fast becoming the least reliable and most inefficient way to pay for your insurance. If your payment gets delayed or lost in the postal system, please understand that we have no way to correct the error and encourage you to make a replacement payment with a credit or debit card. You may make unscheduled, non-automatic monthly payments by calling the company, going online, or paying through the app on your phone. Please visit this page for the link to your account or to download the app. We discourage you from calling the agency to make your monthly payment when you have these three more efficient methods available to you.